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'IHE CM HO DAILY MULLETIX, 1'UESDAY, MARCH 12, 1872.
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711 K DOLLAR WKKKLT IIUI.LKT1N.
John It. Obetlv Cn. nsre ub
crlptinn price, of Ihe Keenly Cairo Bulletin to
perpnblltbe.1 infoaihern Illinois.
Tub Dajfon (Ohio) 'Herald?5 form
crJy Vallfln(ligliam'organ,remark8 that
"by whatever understanding the tiom
ination of Judgo'Davis was made, its
public rccption in noticeable not to
much for nny special or popular regard
for him ns it is for the universal desire
manifested to unito nil opponents of the
Oraut mercenaries upon como one plat
form and ono candidate."
Gov. IIoldf.n of North Carolina,
who was impeached and romoved from
oflico or robbery, jjivos it his opinion
"that Gaant'8 re-election to a stcond
term h cijually important with that of
Geo. Washington or Aoiaham Liu
coin." No ono will be-inclined to dis
pute this abortion coming from Hold
cn. The courao of events is fast prov
ing that Grant's re-election is important
to all such rascals as Holdcn, and that
ho is warmly supported by n vast num
ber of thorn.
Grant's friends in the general or
der business of the New York custom
house, have not even the merit possess
ed by most robbers. The most noted
highwaymen have shown " a heart to
leel for others' woes" but theso thieves
are utterly without mercy. Goods
and stores designed for the Chicago
sufferers, which passed through the
cu?tom house, are reported missing, and
all starch has proved fruitless. The
custom house officials show the iuvoicos
for the goods, bnt this is all
NATUIIE bkf.ms to liavo a Bpito at
Helena, Ark. Some months ago hov-
eral tornados passed over it, doin
much injury to dwellings and business
houses. On Friday, it was visited by a
hail and wiud storm. Some of tho hail
etoncs measured three inches in diatn
etcr. All the window lights on the
west side of the buildiugs were knocked
' it- r-
with holes causing them to leak badly,
Nino boats of the coal flat wcro blown
from their mooring?, but were over
taken after tho storm.
Drunkenness has increased to such
an extent throughout Franco of Jato
that the government has found it nee-
cssarytogive it attention. The Nn
tional Assembly has taken tho matter
in hand, and there is little doubt that
active measures will bo resorted to
with a view of suppressing the vico.
A proposition has been introduced into
tho House which, if adopted, will entail
a punishment on lovers of tho ardent
who indulge in this much-denlored 1
lainng. .according to tho proposed
law a first ofTenco will bo puushed
lightly, a second by imprisonment, and
fine, aDJ a subsequent offiinco will on
tail the forfeiture of electoral rights.
r . ! . ..
The Ci.vcis.vati 'Commercial' of
Friday contains the following loiter
of Senator Schurz, written before tho
investigating committee had given, Kim
a,e 10 participate m their inquiry :
... Wasulvotost, March 7, 1872,
SIR I llHVM Vun.. I... I . ..
ouB.tin,. i "r lecr rc-
whlch vou nrn ,,n co"nltteeorer
or tJtZfo ""."V'J'J"" evidence fn
aiaFh ! n. t knowledge which will
to nil J3,lV? 'n nliry. I desire
nd arXort th " prinUd in t,,e
only aid Vb.V,'torri,l,t'','-iml 1 "
lotion I, oljtfte "EI nl-
wet, and that tiya'ttT t0,1 cor
porud by ducum-ntlr! . ,Un sup.
wl"? deilrin, to 7aak' H a com '
venation. h m,1Ke 8 ll'orougb u. '
"Ailda frow tVU rr
to ma fro, v Wi !?,form,lln b come
Personal conflJlnci "k " lhe ,en of
can not prM(!nt 'f- Jf InrormaUon 1
can only become iurh .?CH 1"JC'" It
of wltneuoi. The uflt!" t,)0 non
witni, V;" w'?lmo.i all oS, "
Z .lu'r teitlmon. win 1.. ;
mu manner ot
one phmt will
f-oriwln... r.rll.k.li-. ' mo
rnr .1,2 TAV VV' V." " """1" 1n
Wn.wludedfrom thocotnmiltse, I ihould
nil 1 'I O.ltolll'117.
ire obfecu on tl, Narrag wtSR:
.t.an.M. They number 250 In Vll and
. immure dintu
sUL'test anoaB, 'ir.?.r.e.
- - ' I'U 1. 1 1 1 It 1
il m w n
innrnrnirft ihni el...,. .., .
ary u.age those who advocated tl "woiil
. "." 'IVUIIIUU 10 1
'.CTVklU IUU1M MriAfllliin Alt..
:r,lZ ii "I'pour WKinif par: n tho
ciion. ReitieetfiilK-vi.e. '
Miction tbe other day In
fibrin hd loon iiiitnol lit lit)
Vi r . A
.w.ier, In intticea tftfrjim trmiulf.
... V... ... tW.. . ii.ti.
.(,1,1,1 hml l it! Ilium UIIP.S jl'II-pi nonin
,n Liuo , luli-Miot, llumpty DuniplJ,
Crary bill, SenMor Revolt, etc.
Thev My t'.HlMri. Woodhull lm
aincbei.thBrlqw.oflh" Um'UmI S'atoi
Ulshonc.'t Li hypocritical." W can't
,, how alio i. to Include Kiv. L. Bow
ll ..., In il,,i Imiiflacliinenl without, (jo
. i...,.!, n . the doctrines the. holds
motl acred. 'Courier-Journal.'
jer. It It not what vro earn that make
m rd-li. hut whut wa tav: It I) not what
wo cat, but what we dlgcH, that makes ut
fnl; It Is not what wo rend, but what we
remember, that makes us learned.
tST Some promoter of lazlncu has In
vented an automitic firc-klndler. The
machine la so contructcd as toonablo one
In n ili.tntit nrt uf the bouse to kindle a
lire without getting out of bed
8&.L0V0 Is a peculiar feeling that
young gentlmcn bare for young ladles
whoso fjnpas are, each, worth one hundred
KSr". I never was ruined but twice,"
said h wit; "onco when I lost a lawsuit,
Mild onco when I gained one."
C&" It is claimed that women would
make good t harlflV, becauso they're so faith
ful as to " writs of attachment."
Judge Thomas it. Smith, n loading
lawyer of tbo ..Memphis bar, died of pneu-
moil In lnt week.
l'reitiletit Granthas recognized Henry
Rungo at Vieo-Uonml of SwoJen and
Norway nt GalvcitonTexaJ.
The 'American ltogliter, ' in speaking
f the recent death, at Genoa, of Mrs. Grin-
nell, says that Mr. Grlnnoll li in poor
Dr. Glueon L. Sonlo, who bat been
for more than half a century connected
with l'lilllip't Exeter Acftdomy, in Masia-
chuietts, is seriously ill.
General t). O. Howard has left Wash
ington for Arizona, as a special agent of
tbe governmoit, to find out the iirccitc
feelings of the Apache Indians toward the
-Charlotte "E. Kiy, graduate of the
Howurd University lw school, has been
admitted to pructlet in the courts of the
district of Columbia, and it the tint female
lawyer udhilttod to thebar of Washington.
Julia Conloay, aged eleven, li dying
of hydrophobia, in Walworth street.
Brooklyn, New York, having been bitten
by a mad dog three weeks ago. Six other
chl'drenwero bitten by the same animal,
wnicn nas tinco ucen killed.
THE LOWERY BREGANDS.
UESCBIPriON OF THE LEADER.
ROB KOY REl'RODUCEDi
forreipoiiu ...u jiuw
York 'Herald ' furnishes to that paper an
interesting dcicrlptlon of the Lowery band
of desperadors, whoso latless actions havo
mado them the dread of the North Caroli
na. Henry Borry Lowery. the leader
of tho band is thus described:
Iof mixeJ Tusearora. mnluii,-. ,,,,,1
wnito oioou, twenty-six vears uf bl-b. ilv..
feet ten inches high itnd weighing about
l&otiounds. Ho lias straight ii..ir
likoan Indian, a dark meatus ml
gracoful in shape, but too tnln to look
cry black. His face slopes from tho
heek bones to the tip ot his irimteo. so as
to L'ivo him the Southern
liynlounom y ; but it is liirhtod with MVm
ot 11 dilleront color eyes of a grayish liaz-
1 hi, wiiitu iifijioaring a ngnt blue, with a
rop of brown in them, but in
dilatiug, darkening, and although never
qulto loilng thouppearaneo of a smile, yet
inaction itisli smils'of dovillih
His forehead is good and his faco and ex
pression refined remarkably so, consIJer
jng his mixed raco, want of education und
..v.. .anicnti,, Jv anur 01
crescent shapo and black color lies in tho
skin below hit left eye, said to have been
made, by an Iron pot falling upon him
when a child. His voice is sweet and
pieasani, auu in uis" manner there Is noth-ing-solf
important or swukreerim.. ir 1.
not talkative, listens nuiaiv. kmi iRan.ii
out whuoycr U speaking to him like a man
niiiuriiio in an looks bvo the two grout
books of nuiuro, and human naturo auovo
all. The color ot hit skin In of u whitish
yellow sort, with an admixture of roppor
Mich u skin as, for tbo naturo of its com
ponents, is indescribable, thero being no
negro blood in it except of u far ruinoto
generation nf mulatto, and the Indian
To mutch this faco tho outlaw's body ia
or mixed strength und beauty. It Is well
knit, wiry, straight In the snoulders and
limbt, without a physical fiaw in it.
Ho hat feet which would be notlcublo
any where, pointed and with arching In
step, so that he can wear a very shapely
bout, und lily extromltli.i IIL-n l.i c.... ' ,.r
indicato nothing of tho ne to.
a.. .t.! . . t . . 13
"'" youin as lie appoars
whenever seen on tho hithrn,..W A. .i.
piny forest bjpath, or as olten ut tho stu
tiom of Moss Neck. Eureka. H.il
or Red Banks, is to seo young Mars beur-
K auoui an arsenal.
A belt 11 rnu nil hl ivaIsI nn... i... .
fl 1 1 .7 . ' Mv.w.iiHutinit'
" "mrreiieu revolvers
.asses undM ,i " "".r rHP
ne taihlon. R ""Si" 7'" "nB'
..i . ..' upporis nt
., wrrYlllt UOUOie Ilia I... . '
.u, I yiiHi
.ii.. . uuu uriv iip 9
lUl CirgCJf LoWrV P.irrl ., 7Uy- OUS
atH0 ".e '" to bo poUoned Z
I'V llttlll tlii.l.!,..,
uJ, would tiro
UddttliW ul ,m 1,. I. i r llrouBlu
toai j il flenS . . . . Ti u w wear
.. .?....c,'11,1,i Ohloyub o tmili. uil.ui.
datory and fond r V,,J "vngu' P'6'
waired lor tlir. ..!' 0J- oi war lm
reg on of twelr.' rk J " witbln u
aeaitut county, Stat" CmV 1 " "luare.
ifniWd State. iitlinriUe. XlL ?nd
Carlton'. .Legion ninety fn"n UW
Th tfareo ntur.. or,wi.lt,, i?,dn Dd
miuu succoiftivi.. w- i viitu ui nuvurui nunuroo. won timi nm.
. It addUl; '.-".i" " Bl'"'c.1r rl. I, Li: i. .. ?"u! ,V""uuU 10
pareptln Urn faco. of H th wb?t fJX'
svri w kVIIVUIll LU LI1R l.'ymil
nrcro nr.', h.iwver, seen at Inlet vals to
L forward In this" outlaw, nature.
Tha neM tri.ee Is In his lovo of rudo
inuilc. H" " ""J0 playiT. and when
hit perlillel hunt fur hlln is dunn, lie n
i.alri 1 1 oiiiii one of tho Jiuts in Sciilile
i.,vn and plws to tho dancing of thonm-
ii to ixlrlsiiml his companion hy the hour
h bolt ot arms unslung and thrown at
nit fijet, tho peaceable part of the audience
Uklng purl vMh mixed wonder, tlolight
and apprehension. .Several tiims hh bun
jo has nearly betrayed him to his puisuers.
Shcritr NoMlllun described hlnnolf and
possce once lying out all night In tho
swamp and timber around Luwery s cabin
to wait for him to come torth at daylight.
"And," said ho, "that banjo was just
everlastingly thrumming, and we coula
hear tho laughter and Juba beating nearly
the whole night long."
LOWEKT A8 A TEnROMZEn.
Mr. Hayes, a republican, of Shoo Heol,
whoso knowledge of the Scllflletown set
tlement ii very good and whoso practical
northern mind Is not likely to bo deceived,
told me that Lowury, among hit numer
ous warnings served upon people, stopped
ono white man on the roadandsaid, " lou
are taking advantago of my elrcuniitances
and absoncoto bo familiar with my family.
Now, you had better puck up and h'ot out
of this county.' Tho man lost no time In
doing in bo was requested 5 for Henry Ber
ry Lowery qoncrally warns beforo ho kills.
In the matter of honesty In tho observ
ance of a protnlso or a treaty tho pcoplo
most robbed nnd outraged by this bandit
acknowledge his Indian scrupulousness.
"Mr. McNalr," ho said to ono or his
white neighbors, whom ho had robbed
twenty times, "I want you to gear up
and go to Lumborton, whero thev have
put mv wlfo in jail for no crlmo but be
cause the Is my wife; that ain't her fault,
and they can't mako it so. You people
won't lot 1110 work to mako my living, and
I havo to take It from you: hut, God
known, she'd like t soo mo miko .ny 011
bread. You go to Iumberioii and tell the
sherilf and county commUftiniicrs that if
they do not let her out of jull I II rolaliuto
on tlio white women ot isurni swamp
Township. .Sntneot them miMtcomo with
mo to tno Mvnmp 11 sne is Kepi in jmi, Ijc-
chuio they can't get mo."
J.owerv men named a point on tno road
where ho would meet MaN'alr. and he met
him instead threo mifes nearer Lumbor
ton. The feeling of terror In tho county
may be understood when, without moro
delay, Ilbody Loworv was sot free.
AK EXCELLENT FERTILIZES
(Fiom Ilia Jnurnal of Cheinlaty.)
Asa ton-dresslne for fruit trees . vines.
grain crops or garden crops of any sort, on
ground that has been somewhat exhuutted
by cultivation, tbo preparation described
below will bo found vory useful. It would
improve tho mixture, howevor. to add to
1 ho ttihet about a peck of cood, newly
lacked lime, which would brfhir the pot
ash of tho allies to a caustic state and ena
ble it moro speedily to soften und dissolve
the bones, which, when lime is thus used,
newl nut bo necesarv in the nbsenee of
quicklime. With its u-o in this way, and
witu a sutuclcncy ot coou unleashed wood
nshi-s, tho bones, which havo merely been
cracked up with the hammer, may easily
Tuko onobaircl of pure, finely ground
bone, and mix with it a birrel of good
wood uslies; uuringllio mixing, udtl grud
ually threo pallsful of water. The heap
may bo made upon tho (loor of an out
building, or upon tho burn floor; und by
tho use of the hoe, tho bone and ushei
must bo .Iwr.iUtfhly blended together,
mo water auueu is 111st sumcicntto liber
ate the caustic alkalies, potash and sodu
anu inoiu re-act upon the gciatino ofthu
none, uissniving tno little atom, rormln
.....u 01 soap,7uiu nitting it lor plant air-
mcni. it must ho used In small quantities.
or in ahout tho samo way us tho so-culled
suporphoiphutos. A barrel of thit mlv.
l ire is worth two ofunyoftho commer
eial lertllizert, and tho cost will bo but
hiioui nail as much, ir the bono meal nnd
ashes are very dry. four nnllifnl i.ru-.,t..r
may bo requirod, but euro must bo oxor-
eneu not to have it Inconveniently moist.
It may bo ready for uso in 11 wcek'after it
is mndo. Tutu, raw, finely ground bone
nnd the best of nsliei should bo employed.
Tho testimony of all the agricultural
books, of all tho scientific agriculturists,
is, all of it, In favor of doen plowing nnd
doep cultivation. To nlowili.nn U n r...
now iho soil by bringing up to tho light of
the un and benollt of tho air, tho richos
which lie below. It is to afford tho grow- ! '
is jiinm uuirupiani-ioou anu tacllltuto uc-
ceai 10 . 11 is to provide drainage when
mo sou is wot, una molsturo when it is
THK DA I It V.
To mako monoy out of tho dairy, you
nnnt r nt .. w . ... I. . .
"k uajjcli. io iiiiiKo muuov on any
thing elso. You can ralte nfewbog9,
grapes, appies and pears, but tho caro of
mem iiiusi no secondary. Lot u man het-
uaio oeioro ho goes into dairying. If he
oiiinni iiiuijo up hit mind to milk twenty
cows twice a day, every day In the year,
ho had better givo up the undertaking bo-
foro ho begins it
sitr dof.sn't like t. tilto.v.
-nrs. utle Urooker delivered a Claflin
iiiciuro inji week nt Cooper's iustl-
who, ii ew 10.-K, on "What I
n.now ,vooilt first Lovo." She
ufoi'ou neatly in blick silk, and
jiuko wiiii coiumerublo aniinutlon. She
miiu ii win respect mid atl jotlon for hur
ngi-u pnronis uiul compelled her to Intor-
mih nor sisier, victoria Woodhtlll.
govern uer, wpon site advocated tho cIuuko
.1, MAP lmal...n.l .... . ...... if t ... .
... .,,.,uuu uurj uuj- li 800 IIKcU, und
mo amo sentiments induced her to un
pear on tho lecture plutform. Her si.tt r,
. .no .U, nun naiiirniiy a cood,
hoine-lovlng nd chlld-loving wmnan
llllt lu tll .lAli..ln.l .....I - ..I." . '
...a uuiuuuu iui oi vuo men, tho
worst of whom Is Thoodoro Tilton, on
tho lit o page of whose books should be in-
criouti, -vv iooi is known by his tolly'
She pities Victoria und
sane, but tho Tlltun gang of men iiro in-
.(urou uy mo uuyu, seeking to avoid the
rujjioii.iijiiiuos oi niurriago und nvon to
eicapo paying tho wages of prostitution.
Mrs. Brooker begun ut 8 p. m und was
through In twenty minutes. Tho niidi.
recall of Mm. Ilmnli u,h, l i
t,,unk0" ,lh0 dio,ci"aiTK
lro" munuHiorlnt. nnd Win fronuontl v ...1
Wtill.ll,, i . - . , .. .-.v
aL'lu r r. 1 1 muueu' "ur vcnorahio but
- -okuur uciud ns doorkoopor.
E 0HEUL 0KUKR
mi. nffi "ThJ,N,'1;,t5i;Jn..d,,,lc,, of 11,0
'IIVOIUKHtlOll Cllt tin...! . .vu"l" IIOUSO
Mimta .poclul oom.intieo , .7,':u,or" 1
uii.uiju, viMiiurai ii,.i,n....i.
il.,..'. ....jr J-- -"v, ill t id
eomm ttco d lit nut 1. . '' but tho
teitimon v. H, will i ... . M.
row. Tbo ovldonc 'oof m" h K"
moit elubornto, und yet rmy S S
direct u, to tbo HbuiM und io'rru . on. ot
th. cuitom-houio offlciali and t l ow who
co-operutcd with tbem. lie to.tlflcd "
wit lThuu'?- ro"t',nB frn 6 to 76 per
itB that I. m " ,Mnwiy for 11 ,0 ""hvuII
XUH "''Pwrtnri raroly oyer compUlnd
u ittuuu wintii luniuu iniou vop
if the Iom didn't exceed 10 or twenty per
cent, and evon If It did, they obtained lit
tit or no satisfaction. Tho eharcs of lli.i
general order rorm, In Instaniet which ho
cited, had amounted to mord than tho en
tire freight on ihe p iekagot from Europe,
while Importers Were obliged to pay duty
on tho full Invoice, no mutter how much
had neen stolen from It.
. .. 74
IN f I'LL SLUT
AT DA1 VV DHOO ST0BX.
Ftm ;SrrrLt, Laili,
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
ill ur ro ctt witHOCT Tiorsti
ORAPE f CATAwnA
nA 1 1 f QRAVK ) PILLS
i CAT AW
1IA l.i ORAl'B
UA ) t I QRAPK ) l'lLLl
ash in or
nr.i. nnoi. nH iikuicixkn
TRKlIt FROM FIRST HANDS,
Alnayi ia Steele la Uig tuppl;, tod tor tl b;
J U BT KZCEITXD
orHnlnbj IheOlai Bollle orOnllosi
fWExTiu. Fink Coloo.vi;
STOkkuikx Imtorted, Extracts ;
t0UAIR, ToOTn AND NAIL BRUSHES
eIxniA Rubber Nurmekt Ooo7
vvna wuim luad
l'URE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grades In arge stock and T
rlttjr, ttry chep;
Full Line of Color,
sir AND IX OIL 1
Plnt IJruihfii, Linseed Oil,
Whltwt P.ailic. Turpentine.
Varaifhei te. elo.,
ALL EIXCI 1ID ITANDA1D QCALlTttS
(Sucteisor to P. Smp.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
103 ?ominerelnI Aven lie. hfiivAtt
Hevenlhiiiiil EIkIiIIi Ntrctta,
tutcUer acd Denier In all ntnda I'l-casi
C0RH A'lXStllKTB AND PofLAK St.I.T.
DUH and slauuhtors only the rrry beit e.llle,
Lt Iior and Hheep, and is prepared lo ail nv
dHinanl for fresh mils from nnn r.onnil m i.n
And Dealer In Foreign ami DomasMo
WINES, LIQUORS AND OIOABS
97 Ohio Lovee,
Uetweet, Ninth and Tenth Streela,
CAIRO CITY ROOK BINDERY
lunar u. obekijV co.,
B"etiu Building, corner of 12th
ami Wnshington avenue,
very lowest i.riJ.1,? kn'' Ru''" tlono ' ,tle
f Mr. lluVu' i',,lnK ,iwr:ed tho arrri
xperience In ..nL Am h0. 'hxT naar year.
"U.rlntend d.f.klwrl,,"ierl." tM.Uw,
tUsDIly promsi,iVue ; , Li "Wl'hment, w cah con.
laavnde"yU0uilJ.0.n'w'rkiqui lo tbat
W. P. .(ALU I)AY, Preslden
UKMtr Ij. IIAI.I.IDAV, Vice Pr enli
A. H. HAFK0I1D, Canhler;
WAt,TKh HTB1.0P. AslstMit CMtner.
?i...! r!.10"' kosmt II. CemiiaaiiAJi,
,i?V.,,UllMT W. P. llALLIDAT,
o. li. Williamsuk, RTirusx Uiu
A. u. BArronb.
Exchassst. Coin and CnllMt ntatea
Bostd llaaKht and Mold.
DEPOSITS received, and a general bnkln
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAMEIj HURD, President:
KOllEttT W. MILLER, Vlce-Pmldeat
C.N. HtlflHES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
LtXCIIANOR, coin, bsnk ooWt end Uair
VJ Htatessevurltleii bought and sold.
lBlereil 4llowrd nn Time I)epolla.
Cbarlered March 31, lKSt.
CITY NATIOVAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFOUD, Pridfnt ;
9. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President i
W. IIYSLU1', ttecretsry at Treasurer.
P. W. IIa.clat.
F. St. SToc.rtiia,
Pacl a. ecui'ii,
W. P. HAlLtVAT,
It 51. CcssuaDAii,
J. M. Pn ill Irs
nrpotltsnt anr Amnnnl Ilrrelved Irons
Ten ceats l'iwards.
INTEKEtT paid on depslts at the rate ot sli
percent, per annum, March Island Heiilein
iier 1st. Inieret not withdrawn Is Milled linme
llntclj lo tie principal of Ihe deposits, therebt
'Tini them compound Interest.
UARRIKn WOMKK AND CHILDREN MAT
SO THAT HO 0111 ILK t'AK 111AW IT.
Open ere.-y buslne.s day from a.m. lo 3 p.m.
tod Hiurilajr eTeuing lor HAV1.N0 DEPOSITb
n.y , from ( to s o'clock.
uBMI W. HT8L0P.Treurei.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louts, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm-
....... K- ' ,.. 1
vauu, AM.n lunK, uobtox,
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
PanngertnUns arms at and le.re Cairo at fol
.. Slllin.m 1,00 p.m.
.. SlllO a.n '2l4A ni.
Hutn trains cooncet.t Centralis wlib Irslnon the
Mans. Decatur. BlonmlnKtcn, El Paso, LaSMK
-iiuuu.n, rirviiun, utiin'. I'uounue. ana
II rutin. In lllnl- ...
an Hums in Illinois. 3Il ouri.
Mluncnota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. And with
Lines runnlnc Kst and West for
J. t n....
rpr ngneia Lomsville,
Anu aiunicsgo with Michigan Central, Jtlchlaa
Douuiern, anu ntinrjurK. rort Warn
and Chicago Railroads lor
ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th, mi. trams'
TAISI 001.10 PonilaAST.
, il.OO '
I tit "
. 4ll7 "
f.eare Virginia CitSa.m
" Hprlnxfleld -9:0
" Talorllle -10:S2
Arrive at 1'ana uslfl m
Leare Paa .4:00 ,m
" Tavlorville tit
Le.Te HDainefle d .H:!.t
Arnreai Virginia hm
Leave Bdeewood :30a,m
.. 6:15 p.m
, " nora 8:24
Arrive at Bhawneetowna.Mp m
, T,i" "Oiao aoaiiiwrsT.
Leave Shawnetown :15 a.tn .
" KIom -i-M ii ....
Arrive at Kdirewood 4:60 .
uIL'T... ,r?'" ffon? Kdeewood, runs only
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 6:45 a.m.
train from Shawneetown on Tuesdays, Thure
df-vs andbaturdays. ' '
bouneota at Ashland with JacksonvlUa division
of Chicago aad Alton It illrosd. for Jsi-ksenvlllu.
Helersbur, Mason City, nnd all nolnts wast.
To. ,rjr,,Kh ".'". f n3.
weit nnii wen. 1
Al TABK With lm . ami U l .i.L .-J tni-i.
vuiiii iVAiiiuuu ur ai I nn nr mat ami
CerSTao:11" C"'u,f UlT"lon
natl, I'aduuah, Cairo and 8t. Louis.
uiiijAnuHurni, Oen' Hup't.
Jona FnoiTT,Oen' Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l.
runs AND IIIDKN.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FEATIIERN, ETC.,
3IXTY.P1VH IHliST pk:,k
HAL T IM011E
MANUKA (TO HY
WM. KNABE & CO.,
ORAKI), SqtJAIlK AKD UIHtOHT
Thf s Instruments hare been before the mittia
for nearly thirty years, and nron their excellence
alone attained an unpurcAoitd ;rfr.ilifnv, hkh
piooounces tbem uuequalsd in
All our Sifunrt laot hateoiir new Vew 1m
profed OTe'etrune rcaleawl the Ajraffi 7rrti
We would rail special attention to our lale
Patented Improvements In Oiaxu Pianos and
Houass (Jsasis, found In no other Piano, which
Wlnei the Piano nearer perfection than has Tt
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANTF. FOR
Illustrated Calalnuesand Price Lists prompt!
fitrni-hcd on applli ailnn In
M'.ll.KNAItr. A CO.,
msny of our reftilsr isl,ll,,,d sgenrds.
JIUS. M. SWANDEIt,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISUINO GOODS,
Couiuirrlnl Airnne, ofpoalt KIllo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' VfT.KS
Utile to order, or Ready-Had
lias reeeived a full and complete stock of geods,
he newest and rnmtilelest In the elle
mense tartly ot
HIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
ehe rifiers ureal mdecemets to her patrens anil
all ilhers iorsll on her.exaailne, the price?, styles
-ui. i.kiii Ui iirr
Mrs. Swr.cer, hsvirg sold her proprtv, wll
Ii ihe whi.lr of these soi d at anil belo-rcom
Mow ! the time to purchase Cnrtstmss xoort
S A M WILSON,
nstirst ranKrLT frtnrn
ASD DIAlia II
Eiohtii Street, Between Washington
and Commercial avenclh,
Adjoining Itlltenlionae v Jlnnnr'a.
Keep Ihe be.t of Beef, pork, Mutton, Vra ,
i.am, Haussge. elc, and aro preiwred to serve
i" me mosi accepisbierannor.
W00D1 WOOD1! WOOD! I
The undesigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Clienp, li not Clianpcr
inn snr wood dealer in Cairo. Leave orders
n ihe elates at the I'ostottlce snd at Koss coal
if.V ,-""ll"-L,,' avenue, neiween Tenlh and
Iwelfth sireets. Cairo, Illinois. I give good
measure and t ill cord the wood up If desire".
HARD and SOFT LUMBER I
of every deecrlptlan,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Furnlsliod oa shortest notice.
Commoroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-ata.,
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(laa Fider'a.and Wuraber'a inalerial, Woo
pumps, g hib and aniro ralvn, atop
cocka.chtck valve., tc.
aiso auikt rot
Tuf U Brottiers Pnlent Dry Gm Matcra
And Mnreheuse, Wells A Co'a Aulomstlo WaUi
ludlcaiurauduupply Valva for steam oollera.
WINTM's BLOCK, OOMMXR CIAI.-ATMO
Ijeoa.o' stores I
OJIMINNIO. AMI I'dHWA ttlH.t'l,
0. i. WILLIAMSOaN.
So. 7a Ohio Lot,
cAino, i MjINCib.
Kiten to conMKnmte,.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Pari,
c:rar Klgktli lret sua at kl aw
JOHN B. PI1ILL1S & SON,
(Huccessors to Jno.B. P.illlls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c..
Cob. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LXVKK
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS 80ALKS
Ohio Letxe, CAIRO. ILLS.
J. M. PHILLIPS A CO..
(Buccessors to E B. 0endrlck Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
Literal Advances m upoi
Art prepared to reeeive, store anc onrard
frulghta lo all points and hay aid
tell on commission.
aVIIuslneas attendea lo promptly
CHARLES aM. HOWE & CO.,
"TOuWATlDINQ " MERCHANTS.
No. 64 Ohio Levee,
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON k BIRD.
(Huccessors tofltratton, Hudson Clark.)
57 01,io kovee, Cairo, Illinois
C. C. TJOL
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCK
No. 4 OHIO LETKE,
t Kilt 8tt
H. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTIOIV
ia: SRC si jLiarn:.
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nut
No. 131 Commercial-are.,
CARL L. THOMAS, "
, p..p- CT.'fnic?.!'' u rt u-
SIIOP-COR. 8THtT.iANI Commibcal-ay
! tlie Perry Ham,